Fake fainting, three-way swordfights and Elizabeth in heat! There’s no doubt the Black Pearl Show is back and ready to dive into a bit of Pirates of the Caribbean talk. Join us for episode 105 as we breakdown minutes 110 and 111 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest in all its ruined church and blasphemy glory. In this episode we discuss listener hate messages and co-worker nicknames, the latest Pirates of the Caribbean 6 rumors involving Johnny Depp and Captain Jack Sparrow, Pirates of the Caribbean listed as the 12th biggest franchise of all time, James Norrington fighting dirty, famous phrases and clichés including “by your leave,” the parallels between Pirates of the Caribbean and The Last of the Mohicans, the reality of Vieille Case, Dominica and its mangos and fried chicken, the troubled and plagued history of Isla Cruces and the Church of England, and we wrap things up with a bit of comedic disdain for the National Temperance Society and Commission on Temperance’s condemnation for 15 Men on a Dead Man’s Chest song in 1918.
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